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104th Annual Meeting and Conference of the Association for the Study of African American Life and History 2019-Oct-02 to 2019-Oct-07
"A Mulatto Woman Named Margaret": Black Women and Fugitivity in Pre-Revolutionary America
Cook Bell, Karen.
"Behold the Land": The Education of Black High School Activists in the American South
"Colored Lawyer, Topeka, Kansas": Elisha Scott Biblical Hell Raiser
"Filed in Good Faith": Black Social Networks and the U.S. Pension Bureau in Late Nineteenth-Century, Nashville
"How Did The Great Migration Impact American Society?"
"I Can't be Scared of No Dog": Visualizing Canines & Anti-Black Violence
"In Search of Freedom and Citizenship – African American Migration to Mexico across the Gulf in the Early Nineteenth Century"
"Keepin' Still and Mindin' Things": The Revolutionary Link Between Afro-American Agency and Autonomy and the Rise of Black Abolitionism in Massachusetts, 1763-1811
"Scars of the Trade: Reconstructing the Black Family after Emancipation"
"Self-Purchase and Slavery’s Law"
"Silenced but Not Forgotten”: Southern Black Women's Sexual Assault & Activism in the Early 20th Century
"The Beaufort Machine: Robert Smalls, South Carolina's 'Black District,' and the Afterlife of Reconstruction"
"The Unmaking of Chocolate City"
"We Bajan Yankees" - The United Sons & Daughters of the Islands in Atlantic City, NJ
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A Corporate Plantation Reading Public: Labor, Literacy, and Diaspora in the Global Black South
A Hidden Gem in the Diamond State: The Internal Migration of Emancipated African Americans in Arkansas from Delta Region Counties to Jefferson County.
A History of Black Physicians from Black Medical Schools in Durham
A Queen’s Journey to Archival Peace
A Reading of Etheridge Knight’s The Sun Came: A Response to Mississippi Migrants
ASALH-Phila Heritage :Going North Branch Poster: Catherine Holloman, Gloria Johnson
African American Culture Schools: An Intervention Revisited for the 21st Century
African American Government Girls: Unspoken and Restorative Narratives of the Great Migration
African American Out-migration from a Southwest Georgia Community
African American Women, Sexual Politics, and the Civil Rights Movement
African Americans versus Haitian Americans in the modern United States
African immigrants in America: 1890 -1945
All Aboard: Caribbean H2 Workers meets Jim Crow
America’s Great Migration: How to tell Your Family’s Story and Why You Should
An Historical Analysis of the Roles of Blacks in Rural Western North Carolina and Beyond
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Becoming American: Chinese ‘Sojourners’ and African Americans’ Battle for Inclusion in a White Republic
Before and After the Mall: Runaway Growth, Displacement, and Education in Williamson County, TN, 1967-2005
Belmont: The lost plan for a Black Chevy Chase
Bender, Kimberly. and Flanagan, Neil.
Benjamin A Quarles Intellectual Migration 1953-1978
Beyond Alain Locke: Discovery, Recovery, and Reconstruction of African American Philosophy
Beyond Combahee: Barbara Smith and Black Feminism
Beyond Little Rock: Black Power at Arkansas PWIs
Beyond the Greensboro Four: Examining Bennett College Student Activism and Popular Narratives of the Greensboro Sit-Ins
Biddy Mason's Zion: Religion and Black Urban Life in Los Angeles, 1851-1906
Biography as Solidarity: Margo Okazawa-Rey, Transnational Feminism, and Afro-Asian Activist Scholarship
Black African Students in Red Russia
Weaver, Harold "Hal".
Black Bottom Detroit’s Metaphysical Migratory Movements in "Paradise Blue" & “Elegies for Paradise Valley”
Black Caribbeans & The Transnational Political Dimensions of HIV/AIDS
Black Durham: An Often Forgotten Black Wall Street.
Black Girl Magic and the (In)visibility of Pain
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Called In and Called Out: Zilpha Elaw’s Spiritual Freedom Journey
Carter G. Woodson Home NHL Update
Carter G. Woodson and the Rhetoric of Oratory
Catalyst for Change: Children, Youth, and Civil Rights Activism in Louisiana
Celebrating 75 years of History
Charleston Unchanged: Migration and the New York Roots of the 1969 Charleston Hospital Workers’ Strike
Cherry Bounce: A Historian’s Journey to Understanding Enslaved Distillers’ Expertise
Clarence Clyde Ferguson, Jr: The First African American Ambassador to Uganda, 1970-1972
Closing the Distance: Black New Yorkers and the Power of Place
Coal, Class, and the Appalachian Color Line: an Analysis of Race and Education in Southeastern Kentucky, 1950-1970
Collective Experiences of Diaspora and Displacement in the Art of Sargent Johnson
Colonial Ordering: Black Geographies of Disability in Caribbean Colombia
Complex Migration: Contraband Camps, Confinement and Control
Adeniyi "Nira", Keshad Adeniyi "Ife".
Complicating Blackness: Caribbean Immigrant Social Organizations and the Construction of a Transnational Black American Identity
Conceptualizing Black Movement in Charleston, South Carolina: Slave Badges and their Impact on the Formation of Culture
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D.C.’s Mayor For Life Is An Outsider: Navigating spatial boundaries from Mississippi to D.C.
Debating Exodus in the Reconstruction South: Changing Attitudes among the Republican Grassroots
Digging for the Promised Land: The Archaeology of Black Transnationalism in the Great Lakes Borderland
Smardz Frost, Karolyn.
Digital Pan-Africanism: How Online Communities are Creating New Opportunities for African American Travel
Economic Principles of Black Nationalism in the Post Obama Era
Economics of the Black Freedom Struggle
Edna B. McKenzie Branch 2019 Activity
Ellen Coy, Deposed Baptist and Public Nuisance: Race, Gender and Involuntary Commitment in Black Richmond
Eola Dance, “Captive or Bound?” Contesting the Legal Status of Africans in the Chesapeake 1619 –1661
Exploring Timbuctoo through Census Records and Coverage from the New Jersey Mirror
Exploring the Identities of Black American Women K-12 Teachers in the U.A.E.
Exploring the Intersection of Black Women's Travel Abroad and Black Education Thought
Feeling in the Darkness: Quaker Reactions to Early Contact with Enslaved People
Fighting the “Silent Killer”: Hypertension, Diet and Black Radical Politics in the 1970s
Finding a Place in the South: Free People of Color in the Slave Economy
Five Bobs, Sixteen Medals and Seven Decades Later
Following the River: Black Migration and Social Networks within the Mississippi River Delta Region
Following the Trails Left by Migration and DNA
From Alabama to Africa: Missionaries and Cultivating Their Alma Mater’s Educational Vision Abroad
From Black Mecca to Urban Countryside: Black Migration to the Soundview Section of the Bronx
From Caribbean to Black American: Testing Black Bourgeoisie in One Family’s Story
From City to Country: Black Urbanites and the Quest for Land in South Carolina
From Postracial to "Most" Racial: Black Online Blogs, Territoriality and Power
From the Black Panther Party to the Movement For Black Lives: Black Radicalism in the Mainstream Media
From the British West Indies, to Washington, DC, Using Genealogical Records to Track One Circuitous Migrant
From the Suffrage Movement to the Women’s March Black Women Have Fought for Inclusion
Fugitive Slave Women in Eighteenth Century South Carolina
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Gender and Expanding the Status of Freedom in New York City: Black Women from Jamaica and the American South During the Era of the Great Migration
Gendered Economic Practices and Activism from the Civil War to WWII
Girls on the Move: An Examination of Black Girl Genius Week
Homeward Bound! The Influence of Reverse Black Migration on Urban Education in the South
Teasdell, Annette. and Calloway, Alexis.
Homosociality in Washington's Fences and Jenkins's If Beale Street Could Talk
Human Library: Connecting With Your Community and Branch Library
Love, Johnnieque. and Haykal, Aaisha.
Icabod Flewellen, Forefather of the Black Museum Movement
Flewellyn, Barbara. and Flewellyn, Valada.
If You Build Them, They Will Come
Illuminating the Voices and Impact of Black Educators
McDaniels III, Ph.D., Pellom.
Imagined Horizons in African-American Art: Migrations between Space and Time in Search of Liberation
In Search of a Name Worthy of Respect: the Campaign to Present the Truth about the Name “Negro,” 1960-1971
Integrating the US Academy via Defeated Japan, 1951-1953: Sensei Mabel M. Smythe and the Institute of International Education during the early Cold War
Intelligence is the Torch of Wisdom: Dr. E. Lavonia Allison, Black Durham’s Crusader for Justice, 1941-2014
Intersecting Migrations: Freedom Seekers, Native Americans, and the Underground Railroad in Eastern Wisconsin
Intersections of Food and Gender in the New Orleans Civil Rights Movement
Interview with Dr. Aubrey Spencer Escoffery
Interview with Mr. Robert Hayden
Invoking the Lynch Law: African American Migration to Alberta
Isabel Gonzalez and the Puerto Rican Insular Cases: Policing Race, Gender, and Citizenship under the U.S. Jim Crow Empire
I’d like to think we’re a little more enlightened’: Deindustrialization and the Politics of Prison Expansion, 1975-1996"
James Weldon Johnson Branch Black Migrations Activities
Josephine Edwards and the Black Arts Movement in Springfield, MA
Lakeland’s Legacy: The Value of Black Land and Community in Maryland
Land, Bread, and Housing: The Memory of the Black Panther Party in the New South
Little Africa, HogBottom, and "Walking The Nickel": Dayton's Iconic Black Settlements
Carter-Daboiku, Omopé. and Crowe, Larry.
Looking Backward: Moving Forward
Lucy Craft Laney and the Lessons of Freedom, 1890s-1930s
Lyrical Autobiography in Phillis Wheatley’s “On Being Brought from Africa to America”
Making Black Power Pay: The Philadelphia Federation of Negro Women’s Clubs Building and Loan Association of Philadelphia, 1916-1930
Mapping Diversity Rhetoric in Academic Libraries
Margaret and Robert Garner Cincinnati Branch 2019 Pictorial
Garrison, PhD, Marcia.
Master Cooperative Agreement National Park Service and ASALH
Menstrual Moments: A Look at How Dangarembga, Kincaid, and Morrison Bleed
Merze Tate’s Anti-Imperialist Thought on Southeast Asia and the Pacific Islands
Migrants Remaking the North: Activism in Rochester, NY, 1940-1970
Warren Hill, Laura.
Migration & Memory in the Borderland: Kentucky African American Literature
Migration Within a Migration
Goode, Dolores. and Gaskin, Frances.
Migration and (Im)Mobility: Stories of Struggle and Resistance in the “Black Midwest”
Migration and African American coal Miner: Findings from Three Late 19th Cent. Commiunities
Migration of enslaved people in the British colonial Maritimes
Migration within a Migration Part 2
Goode, Dolores. and Gaskin, Frances.
Migration, Black Agency and the Soviets
Migration, Interpretation, & Legacy: Collecting for the Patrimony of an HBCU
Martin, II, Frank.
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Negro Canaan: Tuskegee, Leigh Hunt, and the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan
Of Mite and Men: Black Migrants, AME Missionaries, and the Island of Hispaniola
Oona Weary Ones, Com on Home and Rest
Montgomery, Dorothy. and Williams, Sonja.
Organizing Against the Criminal State: Examining Articulations of Radical Criminology During the 1970s
Our Stories in Steel: A Rhetorical/Spatial Analysis of the National Memorial for Peace and Justice
Pan-African Struggles, U.S. Policy: Charles Diggs and Portuguese African Liberation
Pan-Africanism: Garvey Vs. Du Bois
Pathologizing Blackness: Medicine and Biopower in the Anglo-Atlantic World
Playing “Out, While In”: The Caribbean Roots of Eric Dolphy and Redefining Freedom in Modern Jazz, 1958 – 1964
Political Shift in American Politics in the 1930s
Rabe, Robert "Rob".
Poor Black Women and the Making of Modern Black Political Communities
Purdue University: Race and its Historical Impact on the Academy
Quiltmakers: Black Women, The Great Migration, and the Audacity to Protect One’s Humanity
Racial Discrimination in Charleston’s Subdivisions as found in Surviving Deed Restrictions and Neighborhood Covenants
Radical Ideology in a Woman’s Proper Place: The Home Making Institute at Bennett College for Women, 1927-1967
Raised in Chicago, but Trained for Mississippi: Emmett Till’s Education on the Jim Crow South
Rapid Response Collecting: DC Public School Museum’s Commitment to Preserving Black Educational Legacies
Recovering the Memory of Northern Slavery
Red Microphone: Amina Baraka, Amiri Baraka, and Black Arts Newark
Remnants Realized: Re-thinking African American Wares in Charleston
Long, J. Grahame.
Restoring What’s Lost: Bertha Maxwell-Roddey, The Creation of the Afro-American Cultural and Service Center, Educational Activism and the Impact of Reverse Migration in Charlotte
Rethinking Benjamin Banneker: Avid Astronomer, Reluctant Abolitionist
Rev. George W. and Annie R. Woodbey: Love, Faith, and Black Populism, 1874-1901
Revisiting the Uncovering of Black Feminist Writers
Revitalized Community: Nashville’s Bordeaux Neighborhood Since the 2010 Flood- Ruby Baker, Restoring a Community Residential Association to Impact Community Recovery.
Hill Butler, Deidre.
Revolutionary TransNationalism: The Revolutionary Action Movement in Brazil and the United States
Richard Hilton Tobitt: Political Activism, Leisure, and West Indian Community building in New York City, 1930-1942
Riding the Rails: Murder and Madness in Rice Country, 1909-1912
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School Stories and their Communities: The Harlem Education History Project
Sea Devils in the Bayou: Johnnie Means and the Rise of the Black Competitive Swimmer in the Dirty South
Side by Side: Free People of Color in Plantation Country, West Feliciana Parish, Louisiana, 1820-1860
Silent but Deadly: Exploring the Commodification and Controlling of Black Athletes in Football with Sickle Cell Trait
Speaking from “Shack” to “Ship” to “South”: Helga Crane’s Queer Rhetorical Journey in Quicksand
Striking for Freedom: The Stono Rebellion and Movement to the Spanish Colonies
Structuring Identity: The I. P. Stanback Museum as a Catalyst for Civic Engagement
Struggling to Hear the Huckster’s Call: Finding the Voices of Charleston’s Black Entrepreneurs, 1800-1850
Sugah en mi tank: Hoppin’ John, Johnny Cakes, Bammy and Cou Cou
La Roche, Ramona.
Swimming Competitively and Doing Gender While Black
Teaching for the Revolutions: Vicki Garvin’s Lesson Plans at the Shanghai Institute, the Chinese Revolution and the US Black Liberation Struggle
The #BAM Movement: Decolonizing and Reclaiming the Black American Music Known as Jazz
The Automobile: The Escape Mechanism for the Great Migration
The Black Press: Advocating for Gender and Racial Equality during the Civil Rights Movement
The Boykin and Whittaker Family Legacy: The Benefactors from the Great Migration
The Carter G. Woodson Century
Morris, Burnis., FAIN, Cicero. and Rabe, Robert "Rob".
The Definition of African American Philosophy: Historical Dimensions on Intellectual Migration
McClendon III, John.
The Disease Frontier: The Louisiana Purchase and Black Immunity
The Early Black Left and the Black Panther Party
The Emancipation of Quash: Reconstructing the Charles Pinckney Mansion Through the Skill of Master Carpenter John Williams
The Evolution of Land-Use Enforcement Related to The Religious Storefront Church Movement
The Expansion and Transformation of the AME Church in Jamaica
The Family Farm and Keeping House: Black Women Landowners in Liberty County, Georgia, 1870-1900
The Genealogical Proof Standard: The Universal Application of Genealogy Standards to African American Families With Antebellum Roots
The Great Migration and the Harlem Renaissance
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Uncracking the Egg: A Choreographic Approach to Sankofa
Unearthing the Existence of Black LG Individuals in the History of Education
Use of an Interdisciplinary Framework for Cultural Competence in a History-Counseling Collaboration
Using the Digital Humanities to Preserve the Oral Histories of Louisiana Civil Rights Youth Activists
Vegetarians in the Black Freedom Struggle: A Forgotten History
Virtual Migrations to the Black Pacific: Afro-Pessimism, Afrofuturism, and the Construction of a Black Imaginary
Vocal Hauntings: The Long Civil Rights in Sound and Glory
Wages for Housework: Johnnie Tillmon and the Welfare as a Women's Issue
Wars for Place-Making and the Flipside of Mobility in Westward Freedpeople’s Camps
We Had All We Needed: The African American Presence in Buffalo, NY
We Were Always Here: The Langmuir Collection a curated photograph compilation of African Americans during the Great Migration
When Madness Makes Sense: Mobility in Contemporary African American Literature and Performance
William R. Jones' Contribution to African American Philosophy
Winning and Expanding Black Freedom as Migrants in the American West: The Stories of Biddy Mason and Hannah Embers
Woodson? Scott? Wilkerson? Who Best Tells Our Great Migration History Story?
Bristow, Dr. Margaret.
Words are Our Weapons: The Black Aesthetic, Critical Praxis, and the Unfinished Business of Black Arts Activism
Writing Across Cultures: Langston Hughes Between the U.S. and the U.S.S.R.
Y.W.C.A. Responses to Racist Violence Against African American Urban Migrants, 1945 to 1955
YA Literature as Protest: The Hate U Give and the Reconfiguration of Black Power
You look Nothing Like Your Mother. You Look Everything Like Your Mother”: Ray Charles, Beyoncé & Soul’s Southern Landscape
104th Annual Meeting and Conference of the Association for the Study of African American Life and History 2019-Oct-02 to 2019-Oct-07
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